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Oliver Champernoun
(Abt 1197-Bef 1232)
Wymarca
Sir Henry Champernoun Knight
(Abt 1225-After 1281)
Dionisia English
Richard Champernoun
(Bef 1255-Bef 1300)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Joan Valletort

Richard Champernoun

  • Born: Bef 1255, lfracombe, Barnstaple, Devon, England
  • Marriage: Joan Valletort 1243
  • Died: Bef 1300, Modbury, Kingsbridge, Devon, England

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 1199 |
Sir Henry Champernowne, of Clist Champernowne, presented to the living of Ilfracombe, 1272 = Dionisia, daughter of Gilbert and sister & coheir of Sir Robert English of Engloiz of Stokeley
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Richard Champernowne of Modbury, 2nd son = Joan, heiress of Sir Alexander Okeston by Joan his wife, relict of Richard de Valletort, who was supposed to be the concubine of Richard Earl of Cornwall and King of the Romans
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Sir Richard Champernowne
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Sir Richard Champernowne of Modbury = Joane, daughter and heir of Ralph de Valletort of Tawton
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Sir Thomas Champernowne, named in the Inq. taken on the death of Otho Champernowne = Eleanor, daughter and heir of Roger Rohart
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~The Visitations of the County of Devon: Comprising the Herald's Visitations of 1531, 1564, & 1620, pp. 160 & 162

• Background Information: From GEN-MEDIEVAL-L Archives. 193
From: RBodine996<rbodine996@aol.com >
Subject: CHAMPERNOUN OF MODBURY, DEVONSHIRE - PART 1 of 2
Date: 30 Jan 1999 18:25:50 GMT

GENERATION 1


1. Sir RICHARD CHAMPERNOUN, of Modbury, Devonshire. As "Richard de Chambernon, son of Dom Henry de Chamb'noun," he terminated a Plea brought by him in City Court against Master Henry de Bollegh, Archdeacon of Cornwall, 4 Oct 1286 (DCNQ, 8: 132). In 1275/82, as Ricardus de Chambernun, he was recorded as a tenant of the manor of Inswork (Book of Fees, II, p. 1298). Married to Joan, half-sister of James de Okeston, of Modbury. Sir James de Okeston presented to Modbury Priory Sept 1321 (Stapledon, p. 235). It has been suggested that Joan had remarried by 1300, in which year Peter de Fissacre was holding Inceworth, as per the IPM of Edmund, Earl of Cornwall, and that Joan, wife of Peter de Fissacre, put in a claim in 1316, endorsed on the final concord of Modbury (RTDA, 67: 269-270, 280-282). Joan apparently died soon after as in 1319 her son Richard was holding Inceworth.

Children:
2. Richard Champernoun, m. Elizabeth Valletort.
(Rest of the Post Continues in the Next Generation)


Richard married Joan Valletort, daughter of Richard Plantagenęt Earl of Cornwall and Joan.1243


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